NW Counseling

Mrs. Fraker: Grades 7 - 10


937 - 964 - 1324 x 2141

Mrs. Miller: Grades 11-12


937 - 964 - 1324 x 2140

Attention Seniors who took CCP!

You will need to request copies of your college transcript/s to be sent to your chosen college or university. This is required to transfer your college credits.

Transcript request pages can be found at the following links:

Ordering Transcripts from Clark State.pdf
Ordering Transcripts from Sinclair.pdf
Transcript Request Form.doc

ACT Prep Workshop in Troy


Do you know a student who wants to raise his or her ACT score for college admittance, for scholarship purposes, or for a myriad of other reasons? An ACT PREP Workshop is now available in the Troy/Tipp City area at the Miami County YMCA (Robinson Branch). Classes will be held June 3, 4, 5, and 6 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

We have been teaching an ACT PREP Workshop in Fort Loramie for the past 6 years to students in the surrounding area. Our course includes strategies and content knowledge, as well as time management tips, for the English, Math, Reading, and Science portions of the test. In addition, students apply what they have learned by taking a full length practice test for each of the subject areas.

Last day to register is May 22!

Cost is $200 for all four sessions, or $50 per single session

If you have any questions, please email actprepworkshop@gmail.com or text/call 419-305-0816 for more information.

TROY June 2019 ACT PREP form.pdf

CCP Informational Meeting - January 31, 2019

The Northwestern Jr/Sr High School College Credit Plus Informational Meeting will be held on January 31, 2019 at 6:30 PM in the High School Cafeteria.

Parents and students interested in this opportunity are strongly encouraged to attend.

College Representatives from Cedarville University, Clark State Community College, Sinclair Community College, Wittenberg University, and Urbana University should be available to answer specific questions about their CCP opportunities.

Did you miss the 2019 CCP meeting? Click here for information.

2019 CCP Information Packet and Intent Form

The 2019-20 FAFSA is now available! All College-bound seniors should complete the FAFSA.

Visit FAFSA.gov to get started. For a list of information you will need to complete the FAFSA, visit https://blog.ed.gov/2018/09/7-things-you-need-2019-20-fafsa/

More resources are available at https://fafsahelpoh.org/

College Representative Visits

College Representatives who would like to visit Northwestern High School should contact Dionne Bills. Please email billsd@nwlschools.org to set up a time for your visit.

Will your child graduate in 2020 or 2021? If so, check out this scholarship opportunity.

Alumni Scholarship Opportunity

The Clark County Retired Teachers Association will award scholarships in the amount of $1000 to current college students who are studying to become teachers. Applicants must be either a junior or senior in the fall of 2019 and meet the following requirements:

1) Graduated from a public high school in Clark County, which includes Northwestern High School, or any of the seven other public high schools in Clark County.

2) Has a college GPA of 2.5 or higher.

You will find an application form in the OUTREACH link on the website: www.ccrtaohio.com or send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Mr. Carl Ahlm, Scholarship Co-Chairman

6323 Floyd Dr.

Springfield, OH 45502

DEADLINE: The complete application must be received by March 20, 2019.

Sign up to get "Remind" updates from the guidance office. Text @nwgui to 81010.

***IMPORTANT*** If you are a Verizon Wireless customer, you will no longer be able to receive text messages through Remind as of January 28, 2019. Please download the Remind app or enable email notifications to continue receiving your remind messages.

College Days/Job Shadowing Procedures

A college visit is critical when deciding which school to attend. Seniors and juniors may be excused from school to visit a campus during the school day. If students are to be excused for college visits, they will need to bring a note from their parents to the Guidance Office at least one day prior stating that the student is making a college visit. The student will receive a form that the college will complete. (This form needs to be returned to the attendance office for the visit not to count as an absence.)

Job shadowing is a process that can help students make decisions about career opportunities that might be part of their future. Students will contact an individual or an agency and make arrangements to job shadow. The Guidance Office needs a note from the parents at least one day prior including the date and person who is being shadowed. The student will receive a form that needs to be signed by the person being shadowed. (This form needs to be returned to the attendance office for the visit not to count as an absence.)

Juniors and Seniors may take up to 4 days for college visits or job shadowing. Sophomores and Freshmen may take up to 2 days for job shadowing. (Administration may approve more days if deemed necessary.)

Urbana University College Credit Plus

Any students who are signed up for CP English 12 and want to earn college credit will need to apply to Urbana University CCP by June 30th.

Application available here.